Spalding man to pay $126,000 for damaging police vehicle
Rojay Brown, the man who was arrested and charged for damaging a police vehicle in Spaulding, Clarendon, has pleaded guilty to malicious destruction of property.
Brown, 24, entered the plea when he appeared before the Manchester Parish Court today. He will be sentenced on Wednesday, April 17.
The court has ordered that Brown pays $126,000 to correct the damage to the service vehicle.
According to prosecutors, Brown was among a group of men who used items to break the windscreen and back windows of a police service vehicle and attempted to set it ablaze on February 5. The act was in protest to the shooting and injuring of a bus operator by a police in the town of centre. The police are on the hunt for two other men who they are believed to have damaged the service vehicle.
Brown was offered bail in the sum of $70,000 with one surety.